A few words about the villas
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To build holiday homes that provide an experience like no other.
Crest Investments brings its passion for high standard properties, aiming to elevate the holiday homes to new levels. It was established in 2006 by Goran and his partner Blazenka as a family business, after spending years of working in finance, property construction, sales and management. This comprise years of selling, developing and managing properties in Croatia. They achieved success due to their commitment to the enhancement of local community, customer service as well as property development and construction profession in Croatia.
Crest Investments has partnered with quality builders to create these guests inspired holiday homes, professionally designed and efficiently engineered to maximise capacity and holiday home experience.
Once the homes have been completed we then provide a turnkey holiday rental program specifically designed to manage these luxury homes and optimise their rental potential.
Our representatives will ensure you get help in every aspect when investing in property in Croatia. Our team of professionals will provide you with the highest level of service and assistance with all property matters.
Monday – Friday
from 9:00 to 17:00
The New York Times names Croatia the hottest destination this summer (June 2017)
‘’The beaches are fantastic, the food is delicious, and there’s culture and history’’.
‘’Croatia’s housing market is recovering, along with its economy’’
‘’ Croatia’s high-end residential market continues to attract foreign buyers. Most of the demand for properties in Istria come from Germans, Austrians, and Slovenians.’’
‘’Real Estate Prices in Croatia Continue to Increase’’ (April 2017)
‘’ 2017 is so far exceeding the record results in tourism from 2016 even further. From January to May this year 14% more arrivals and 11% more overnight stays were recorded by the eVisitor system.’’
Istria is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to Croatia and its towns of Umag and Porec continually top annual polls of the best holiday resorts in Croatia. With a strong Italian influence, this certainly is a beautiful region of Croatia both along the coast and inland, with its pretty hilltop towns. Rovinj is a true gem of a town, and Pula is a home to the Arena, a very well-preserved Roman amphitheater. The Brijuni group of islands near Pula are exceptionally beautiful and great for a day-trip. Inland Istria is an area of rare and disarming beauty, characterized by medieval hilltop settlements and stone-built villages. Istria deserves its reputation as a gourmet destination. Whether you want to go hunting for prized black truffles or to enjoy the gourmet fungus in risottos, pastas and omelettes, the perfect place to do it is in Istria. The local olive oil is taken almost as seriously as the wine. Bordering Slovenia and with a maritime border with Italy, this peninsula is easy to reach from the rest of Europe and is also well-connected by air through the Pula Airport.